On Tuesday evenings from 4pm to 9pm, it’s only $10/hour to rent Kayaks from Creekside Kayaks in the Olympic Village.
For those of you who like outdoor activities without actually being out in the wilderness, Creekside Kayak is an awesome choice for kayak rentals. Twice in the past month, I’ve gone kayaking in False Creek. It’s no-pressure kayaking! The waters is fairly flat, and if you get tired you can just float for a while, enjoy the downtown skyline and wave at the driver and passengers of the Aqua Bus.
The adidas sport performance stores opens on 860 Granville in downtown Vancouver, with the widest selection of adidas product in Western Canada. Catering first and foremost to the sports consumer, the store will offer adidas’ innovative soccer, tennis, training, basketball and running product lines.
The store will also feature a complete collection of adidas by Stella McCartney, the first true sport performance design collection for women. Men will appreciate Porsche Design Sport – the collaboration between adidas and Porsche Design – fusing performance technologies with highly refined male style. For the sports fan, the store will also feature Vancouver Whitecaps apparel and NBA licensed collections.
If you have lately walked by the Yaletown-Roundhouse Canada Line station, you may have noticed the KARMA pop-up store on Davie Street. KARMA is a local active wear company made in Vancouver.” We design clothing with subtle logos, clean lines and hidden features. By avoiding over the top details, KARMA clothing remains classic.” From now until April 24th, the KARMA pop-up shop featuring stockroom sale items will be located at 289 Davie Street in Yaletown. Hours are Monday to Friday: 10am – 7pm, Saturday and Sunday: 10am – 6pm. In addition to already reduced prices, they will be having daily promotions. For more information, check out the Karma Pop-up Shop Facebook Group.
Founded in 2002, Vida Spa offers uniquely luxurious, personalized and healing spa experiences including an expansive menu of treatments based on the ancient Indian science of Ayurveda, all designed to enhance wellness, engage the senses, and nurture body and mind. Because every individual has unique needs, Vida Spa tailors their full range of traditional body therapies, wraps, exfoliations and facial treatments to each client, providing a customized way to restore energy and promote well-being.
Last week, I was invited to their Sheraton Wall Centre location for the festive treatment of Vida’s “Pine and Juniper Berry Massage”. The waiting area (see above picture) was extremely tranquil. Big comfortable chairs, couches, and other cushion-y things to sit on were arranged inside the waiting area. The lights were dim, and a small waterfall/fountain was at one end of the room. I was offered tea and water (with lemon or cucumber) as I filled out the health form while I waited for my masseur to lead me to the other room.